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Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Yamapi and Shirota in Korea



Shirotan didn't mention anything in his blog about going on a trip with his best buddy at all but I guess he wanted to keep it quiet. But still miserably failed. Apparently both of them, with Yamapi's manager, went on a private visit to South Korea.






In the first vid, the second guy out of the screaming hordes is Yamapi, the third one Shirota. They were there on the 5th of April for a 2 days one night stay. It wasn't publicized but rumours spread about Yamapi being there and more than 1000 fans turned up at the airport on the 6th. His hair was pulled, his clothes tugged and he was basically clawed at before he could get through the departure gate. And even after all that mayhem, he managed a wave to the fans. I'm beyond impressed~ U-kun just looks pissed heh. The second vid is intense, you can just see the crowd moving with him. I really feel for the guy.

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Post Image staring and conflicting reports :
Is that Shirota Yuu or Shirota Jun (his elder bro) ? U-kun updated his blog on the 6th at 8 am but I suppose he could always post from anywhere. Scrutinizing the still shots, the nose and chin doesn't look like U-kun's. There's a gap in Jun's blog between 3rd April and 7th April. This is his latest pic.

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On Tuesday, April 08, 2008 1:55:00 PM, Anonymous grumpy wrote...

that's a skinnier version of yu!

u-kun shud've sang "la cu caracha" walking thru the crowd...

 

On Tuesday, April 08, 2008 11:11:00 PM, Anonymous chottomotto wrote...

halo!u must know by now that it was not esteban but jun at the airport na,thank u for ur translations I always check 4 updates!!
*inoue staff is so slow man *
nwy bye!

 

On Wednesday, April 09, 2008 2:02:00 AM, Blogger unleashthegeek wrote...

grumpy,
mariyan's la cucarracha would definitely have parted the crowds ah.

chottomotto,
You're welcome. For a moment when you mentioned esteban I heard some South American conga beat in my head heh.

 

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